Tridandi Chinna Jeeyar Swamy has emerged as the "God of Chief Ministers" in India.
After Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao and AP CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the latest to join the list of "CM bakhts" of Chinna Jeeyar Swamy is Karntaka CM Yediyurappa.
Yediyurappa, who took over as new CM of Karnataka last week, amidst political turmoil in Karnataka after dethroning Congress-JDS government, rushed to Chinna Jeeyar Swamy ashram in Shamshabad on Hyderabad outskirts.
Yediyurappa arrived in the ashram on Thursday evening, made a night halt in the ashram, performed special pujas yesterday and left for Bengaluru.
Yediyurappa sought the blessings of Swamy to ensure his continuation as CM for the remaining four year term.
Yediyurappa became CM thrice earlier but never completed full-term. This time too he is apprehensive of completing the full-term.
Apparently, KCR, Jagan and My Home Group chairman Jupally Rameshwar Rao adivsed Yediyurappa to seek blessings of Swamy saying that only Chinna Jeeyar Swamy has the power to ensure stablity for his CM post and his government.
They told Yediyurappa that because of Swamy's blessings they could become CM and continuing in the post without any trouble.
After knowing this, Yediyurappa wasted no time and rushed to Swamy's ashram immediately.
Swamy performed "Sriyaga" to thwart evil forces which try to dethrone Yediyurappa government. Swamy reportedly assured Yediyurappa that there will be no threat to his government and he will complete his full-term this time.
Yediyurappa was so impressed with Swamy that he has decided to come back to his ashram again within ten days along with family members.